3 Reasons To Expect Another Melt-Up And Not A Crash

My Comments: this is in keeping with my theme this week, what you might do with your un-invested money. As usual, I have no idea if the following will work in your favor or not. And it reflects a technical approach to investing as opposed to a fundamental approach. There are several charts and tables …

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Coronavirus Will Wipe Out These Three Industries For Good

My Comments: This post expresses an opinion with respect to investing your money in the post-coronavirus world. It confirms my suspicions and offers realistic clues about where to not invest your money. by Stephen McBride \ MAY 11, 2020 \ https://tinyurl.com/yacxb3cg From No. 1. to BANKRUPT. In less than two years. My uncle used to …

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These 4 Industries Are Going to Die

My Comments: I tell friends and clients I re-connect with that I'm staying home as much as possible in an attempt to remain safe while at the same time going bonkers for the same reason. I'll bet you are too. As a former financial planner and investment advisor, when I see headlines like this one …

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Guggenheim’s Scott Minerd Sees Chance of S&P Falling as Low as 1,200

My Comments: With so many variables to think about, anyone with limited financial literacy is going to be confused. How old are you now? Have you developed a strategic plan for your financial future? Is there a retirement in your future? Do you listen to stock picking mavens for guidance? Are you financially sophisticated enough …

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The Reasons Why The Markets Will Go Much, Much Lower From Here

My Comments: This week I've decided to focus my written thoughts on the stock and bond markets. As a retirement planning professional, what people have to spend in future years is very much a function of how the markets perform. All of us are aware the recent market crash was triggered by the pandemic and …

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Value Is a Poor Timing Tool

First, this is about investing money. Second, value refers to buying established stocks that are thought to be undervalued as opposed to buying stocks that are deemed to have growth potential. Third is that timing can be thought of as critical in term of when stocks, or bonds, should be bought or sold. Yes, there …

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The Trump Rally Is Toast

First, this appeared nine days ago. It’s old news. Second, not all old new is bad news. If it influences how you think about your investments today and next week, that’s a good thing. Because I firmly believe we’re going to see a lot more bad news before we see any sustained good news. There’ll …

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